Everything About CUET LLB Exam

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CUET LLB Exam Dates 2024 – The National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the CUET LLB 2024 exam dates. NTA will now conduct the CUET PG 2024 exam from March 11 to 28, 2024. The online-based CUET BA LLB 2024 will be conducted from May 21 to May 31, 2024. The application form for CUET 3-year LLB will be released later. The national level entrance exam, Central Universities Entrance Test (CUET) is conducted for various undergraduate and postgraduate programmes including 5-year integrated LLB and 3-year LLB. Law aspirants should be aware of the CUET 2024 dates for their programme and prepare accordingly. The application dates, correction window and CUET LLB admit card are other important events covered under CUET LLB schedule 2024. This article will help the law aspirants track the CUET dates 2024 for law programmes including the dates.

CUET LLB Exam Dates 2024 - 3 & 5-year LLB, Application Form, Complete ScheduleCUET LLB Exam Dates 2024 – 3 & 5-year LLB, Application Form, Complete Schedule

CUET for 3-year LLB and CUET BA LLB will be conducted on different dates. The CUET LLB is accepted by top universities such as Delhi University and Banaras Hindu University. Whereas, the CUET BA LLB will be accepted by over 15 central universities including BHU, and Allahabad University.

CUET LLB Important Dates 2024

CUET application formFirst week of February 2024First week of February 2024
CUET application form endsLast week of February 2024Last week of February 2024
Last date to pay the CUET application feeLast week of February 2024Last week of February 2024
CUET application correctionFirst week of March 2024First week of March 2024
Release of admit cardTo be notifiedTo be notified
CUET 2024 exam datesMay 15 to 31, 2024March 11 to 28, 2024
Provisional CUET answer key 2024To be notifiedTo be notified
Objections against CUET Answer keyTo be notifiedTo be notified
Final CUET answer keyTo be notifiedTo be notified
CUET Result 2024To be notifiedTo be notified
CUET 2024 merit listTo be notifiedTo be notified
Counselling of CUET 2024To be notifiedTo be notified

CUET LLB Application Form Dates 2024

The NTA will release the CUET BA LLB 2024 application form tentatively in the first week of February 2024. The application form of CUET UG 2024 will be available in online mode on the official website of the National Testing Agency (NTA). The application fee of CUET for the general category is Rs. 800. Whereas, for reserved category candidates, the application fee will be Rs. 350.

CUET LLB Admit Card 2024

The NTA will issue the hall tickets for CUET LLB a few days before the entrance exam. Candidates will be able to download the admit card of CUET LLB 2024 online, from the NTA’s examination portal. They will have to use their registration number and password to download the admit cards. A mandatory document for appearing in the national level entrance exam, CUET hall ticket will inform the candidates about their exam centre name, address, date and time of examination and instructions for the examination.

CUET LLB Exam Dates 2024

CUET LLB exam 2024 will be conducted from March 11 to 28, 2024. The NTA has announced the exam dates for CUET BA LLB 2024. It will conduct the entrance exam on multiple dates, and slots, starting from May 15 to 31, 2024. The exam will be held as an online, computer-based test. Candidates will be asked questions on general knowledge, current affairs, legal knowledge, logical reasoning and computer basics.

CUET LLB Result Dates 2024

The NTA may announce the result anytime in the month of June 2024. The CUET result 2024 will be announced in the form of scorecards. Candidates will be able to download their scorecards by logging into their registered accounts. The CUET LLB scorecard can be used by the candidates for admission to various participating institutions.

DU LLB Syllabus 2024

CUET LLB 2024 Syllabus

Language ComprehensionGrammar, sentence correction, sentence improvement, reading comprehension, paragraph completion, one-word substitution, synonyms & antonyms, idioms & phrases
General Knowledge/AwarenessLiterature, history, Indian constitutionpersonalities, sports, national and international economy, economics, sciencepolitics, trade awareness, geography, culture
Computer BasicsComputer fundamentals, MS Office, computer related terms
General Aptitude and Logical ReasoningPercentage, ratios, time and work, seating arrangements, statements assumptionsstatements and conclusion, number Series

There is no particular time to start the preparation. It’s never too late since you have to pay special attention to your English language, correct logic and quick comprehending ability. However one should start little beforehand, 3- 4 months’ time is enough to cover the entire syllabus if you are studying with full concentration. One should be well aware of not only the pattern but also the nature of the exam. For instance, current affairs are not what is to be focused rather Static GK should be paid special attention. More than 90 questions are from Legal Awareness and Aptitude, so this area has to be paid special attention.

The best way to prepare Static GK is to solve every question from good sources of CLAT and LL.B. 

Don’t miss to solve past year’s entrance papers, a minimum of 50 questions are repeated every year.

You need to master three areas in the English section:

  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar & Sentence Correction
  • Reading Comprehension

Building vocabulary on a daily basis from every possible source is important i.e. from your daily newspaper to your textbooks. Similarly, doing some grammar and sentence correction exercise daily is important from any good book or online sources. For mastering comprehension, reading habits, as well as practice from papers given in the aforementioned books, is needed. A two-month plan working two-hours daily on English can do the magic even for students of non-English medium.

Also, to cover Current Affairs do not blindly follow IAS level books rather go for some good online digests. We provide a monthly digest that covers all the important areas related to the exam under each section.

As the pattern of the DU LL.B. exam keeps on changing and is highly unpredictable, students must solve at least a few exercises from all types of reasoning questions to be on the safer side. 

Is it necessary to take coaching for the DU exam? What are the best coaching centres?

It is not at all required to join any coaching to crack DU Law Entrance Exam. A planned study of 4 to 6 months of intensive preparation is sufficient to pass the DU Law Entrance Exam.  5-6 hours of focussed study every day is required. Candidates must make a plan to study at least 2 subjects every day and have at least one vocabulary/English and one reasoning exercise daily. Reading a good newspaper like The Hindu and taking note of important points is important. For revision, The Hindu Diary of Events and other GK Compendiums could be referred.  Students may also trust Universal’s Guide to LL.B. and Universal’s book on Legal GK.

It’s advisable for every law aspirant to get past papers of CLAT and DU to solve past year question papers to get a fair idea of the exam. This is the best way for ensuring time-management in the exam and getting the right amount of confidence to crack the exam under strict time-limit and exam conditions.

A good distance learning course can make a huge difference to your preparations like we at DLA provide the best course with zero commuting cost and effort. Students can study online anytime they want.

Delhi Law Academy: Delhi Law Academy offers an online crash course for DU Law Entrance Exam. Test series are also available. The details are available here in the link.

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